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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1917 THE LETHBRTDG: I1KHAU) PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus 1. QCMJi-1 HOPE WE .BE tXl- FOR rso WONDER ,-HAT OFF' OH: COME HERE MINUTE: Old Country Football Scores Lost Canadian Challenge Cup, Racing Trophy, Found in France After hiTjmg been lost since 19H as rssnlt of the great ivar In Europe, the Canadian challenge- cup, a famous internal lonil trophy for army officers at Ihe National Horse show In -Madi- son Square Garden, lias turned up In France and Is now vay to-New ;Tork. By the deed of .gift the Canadian challenge cup had to be won isice br Ihe regiment of which, the competing officers were mrnibers before It be- came their and in Iho mean- time was to be held from year to year by the vrlunlog; regiment. I 1 The British' Jloyal Jlofso artillery, fepreseraed W. Wai-. Vyn, who ciame'orer frith Lord Uccles seTenJyears ago, cArtled the cup. away to England. In ISli W. B: Slf ton, soli 'of Clifford Slltoh ol Can- .d; Juj uia, rode Irqnaides to victory over the iirEp'ri'ln he challenge cup iris' held -by Ihe Canadian aounled rljles; now. at Ihe Trorit' In' 'CraitEbay of Ihe ii'fth dragoon guards recovered tie for Eagland ia 1512, (an I In 1913 Amaion. owned by Ihe French government and ridden by Lieutenant Baron de Meslou, wrested It. from the other nations. Captain Crawshay. who did not ride for Unglaci! Ill J913, failed to send back the Irophy for lite annual com- petition', von by France, RO that the National Horse Show Association noti- fied him to forward II direct lo IJeu tenant Baron de.Meslon. A.b this Junc- ture came the outbreak of the "war and soon afterward Ihe news re'ached N'cw York that Captain Cran-shay liarl been .killed In (he retreat from Mons. Whether ;Crawflbay had forwarded Ibe 'trophy, to him was never known. through- the "French gov- a determined effort to locale the lost cup, .but without suc- cess. -Not until two months ago, when a letter from the', trenches .'reaped Sir Adam 'Beck, known' of Its .whereabouts." DaJ.slralghteii'eil.'the.tansle.b'y giving a replica 'tropby, which was won by Lieutenant Gerald T. Han- ley bt the I Island Nnlional guard, .who ,Js-npw with General 1'cr- shlns's eipedllfon'ary forces in France. '.'SATURDAV'C GRID Mullnomah 3. HlEhflO, Butle High 6. 27, Dartmoulb 0." :Princelon 41, Wlisahiok- ori NaVal' barracks 0. Syracuse Colgate 7. Georgia Tech. 9J, Carlisle 0. Army Lebanon Valley 0. Ynlc Trinlly 0. .Waahlnston: Lee 13, George- town Mlillary Academy U, SL John's Milltarx-Acadomy 7. Mla'sonri IS, Wublngton 3. Coloiado College 7, Colorado Ag- Ites 0. Caac H, Monnl Union p. Oberlln 11, Unlversily 0. 'Purdue 2S! "Wiibash 0.' -f'i 0, We'srvirglnla Wesley BROWNS CAN'T GET WALTER JOHNSON Follori'lag are Ihe results of schedul- ed English football games played Sat- urday on the grounds of Ihe first-nam- ed clubs: London Combination Arsenal 0, Tottenham Hotspur 1, BronUord 1, Cheltea 0. Crystal Palace 4, "Queen's Park IUn- Eers-1. Fulham 3, Clanton Orient 1. West Hum United 0, Mllwall Atb- lellc 0. Midland Section Birmingham 3, Leeds City I. Orimsby Town 1, Notts-forest 1. lluddersfield Town, Bradford 0. Lincoln City 1, Leicester Fosse 1. Ilolberham 1, Hull City 2. Sheffield Wednesday 4, Uarnslcy 2. Lancashire Section Bollon Wanderers H, Manchester United 2. Everlon 4, Oldham Athletic 2. Manchester City 1, Liverpool 1, Blackburn 1, Stoke S. Blackpool 1, Southriorl Central 1. Burslcu Port Vale 0, Stockport County '4. Ilochdale 7, Bury 5. Frcslon' Xorlh End 0, Burnley 0, SCOTTISH LEAGUE GAMES Glasgow, .Nov.. are ihe results ,ot scheduled Scottish 'eague football. games played yester- day on Ibe grounds of Ihe first-named cliib': ,Dumbarton 0, Celtic 2. Airdricpnians 07' Queen's Park Rangers Kinmarrjock Motherwcll 0. Clyde 1, St. Mirren S.' Falkirk 3, Ayr {rnJfcYT 0.- Hamilton' Academicals 3, ITcarls 0. Clj-debank'Z, Third Lanark 2. Hibernians 2, Morion 2. Col-. 'Denlfon Hr .Veileyan (1. UnlTer-lti-'ot'Colorado-O.-lllah Ar- ties 23. Syracuse 27, Collate 7. Alabama Kentucky Stale P.' 26, Holla School ot. Mines 0. 'JJnlverally of Arkimsas Ity ol OkWiprna i Jlarletta: Virginia Wefley- 27. Baldwin-Wallace 0, Kenyon Iclto 13. 'Lombard 49, Nebraska 31, Kansas A. Cross ft, Rarnaelaer 13. Jlnverford Q, Jotonn Hopkins 0. llrslnlis 31, Franklin and Marshall 0. tlnlveralty of Detroit 35, Kalamaioo Normal. North 'CtrallM-Ol. and H. 7, Virginia 7. Miami 0, Wpoiter 0. Auburn. 7. Camp 0, Dll IS. anr) Jefferoon 6.'UnlTer- of liVylriliija T. St. Nor.. W, JMbtri Qiiln'n, business igef' of .the Chicago, Nov. There maay be a tlghlcr proposition somcirlicre in (ho vcrje thnnvthc boxing that chaporons "the" fight 'game in Colorabus, Ohio, hut there fa II is keeping KselC preUy well camouflaged. This Co him bus commiaalpn Is the real ndcr ol the boxing vrorlu. Kol even Wisconsin, which boasts a nice tight little commission of its own, can match the Columbus article. There arc three radmbDrs of the Co luinbus commission, appointed by. Llio mayor. Rulhprity covers onl> Iho corporate Hintla of Columbus, bid within those limi Game Has Taken Holi There- Tail is Willing Hoaglin H? Sport fans for miles around lar- ons arc going to invade ihOt kirg tomorrow evening for thtVy-lbn- Anderson .wrettllng live of lh; town gone nuts on ihe game, a numbtr of them Invading Lethbrldge'i'yek ierday and spending some .Unu looking for a took of professional wrestling Mast of the Letti. bridge will go up tomorrow evening by.'automobile, many will go-earlier in the J noon by trainl Word wait received yestirdiy? from Talt that.he Is Ing lo meet Clem Hoaglin of Bow2s Island. It isjUEl a matter now fixing the terms, a letter-from Al Moore Etstes that- He ;fs down to 164- portatibni goet fc'rward to'him to- day will be here Saturday or- Mo'nday for his-' match wilh on Nov. 30ih- TOM.JONES NEW PROTEGE Tom' Joiie's, one" oC llic pfaHtcers o Ilia syndicate, after Big Jess annexed Ihe. (Itlei ;abd "TfJio formerly had a hand in lbe-; ring doinoa orj IS Adolph; picked, up an- olher youthIwlioni'-he'belleTes Is Ihe comfog lightweight champion. Jbnca has' Solly Fried- man, the battling Chicago under his wing, autl asserts that ha is EOinp 16 send Solly tp the top of the Thugs Wenl Through His Pock- New Barn Built By J. Wefeand (From Our Own Correfpoadent) Commerce, Nov. monster kirn which 13 being hulH by Mr. J. will Boon be completed. This Ijnin ranks among: "10 lineal la South- ern Liberia, being 72 feel long hy 32 feet wide. The main floor will hold at leant SO horses, ivrille the upper nan is designed to hold hay or eratn. It is bufll on a. soHcl concrete foun- dation. "-Mr. Wclffand Intends build- ing a hrlrjr house In Uie near future. X Red Cross social and danco will lie helrt In this barn on November the 5SUi. The liorso which is being raf- fled oir. will be drawn for ihen. Tho, evels arc on sale at llogcrs'. Hard- are, or may be procured Ttom Mr. PotocV, Mr. Jones or Mr. Drown. You may be ihe lucl.y winner so get busy! A concert will be giver: In the school iall on Friday night by members of ihe Ladles' Aid, Hardievllle, admis- uon 35 ccnta. Tickets be pro- at the door on the night of (ha Ancert. arc glad to vrelco'oie to our town of Saskl This Prichard's'iflrsL trip to "Sunny" ani we lioiie that he will1 be vfiLh liis new homc. vl Is helng nrganlzed here of tlio Social Club: Three 3 out of Hie week are being Gre6n lightweight heap through with before gets may lie a little Lop. generous in Ma prctllclions, huL they' are not TViLhout loundntfon.' Friedman lias shown A lot of class in .ifs'houts arouni) Chicago looks like a promising scrapper. .Jones has proved his ability as n liWler o[ boxers and II may' be thai in FrleVlman tic lias a future champion. Friedman will stand considerable de- velopment, however, and Benny Leon- ard's crown is in no danger' of being dislodged immediately by Solly. As a part of liis plan ,ol developing Friedman, Jones will lake his newest .Tara'tho'roal lo thc ccast lo hirh ,J flic. Ittu 's Going to Have the Next Accident Nobody knows; but you can go long towards preventing using u v r NO GLARE LENSES V fe! Equip Your Car Bijou Motor Parlors KEEPING UP THE PACF- Havlrig offered an In'lerscholaslic lirand of baseball to their patrons dar- ing the last of the club are Tunning lo form In 'Staging >hlgh school games on KUcIs Field (his. autumn. the members of the ho required them to to It (tfrit hljhost class of boi- Ingli offored, which eerrerl the doiitle ot ralaliiK Inn ataitaard of box- Ing In Colnmbus and added 16. the to tho merclxn of the commission by. yirtue of per cenf., .for Bhows "liri- doublcoly produce a. larger "site" than Ihoso o( the medlocro rarlety. While Hughn refereeln; the boats' one bt the .other' members of commlaslon gn'roa the lo Bee Ihtt Is no elienoanlttn ml over In the sale of tlcKeU. The third member. Xeopa tine at the, boots, 11 (s rirr llllle thai th5> COB- and It IB netllct Benlna, NOT. itlli relgnii tuprema In Western Canada at rigbt I. afternoon th4 rep- reMnUUrn ol the) CBp- the Timers, winners of Ihe Cham- plonililp, la one of.the most brilliant ciMbjdona of the sport perfoirra- nl here b> jonlcri bj a it V. Arthur Manning and daughter', Tisitorsi to Lethbrldge occurred near here ab- It appears inat iVIr. sent one .ol his men lo that day, and on his return lie was crossing t ho'railway horses and, upon lo find the cause, he cHniblng on the back of This man produced f (rflcreii Iho driver to gel lown. Another man went nockets, the other held .lie horsea.; the men masked they coul_dlnn he Identified. A couple hcen arrested, which j Ihe convlcllou ol from outside districts lave of the fine Kcallicrtohaui their wheat tc thc 1 .They arc irishlne for a fciT splendid weather, In order lo their work. Jliss Georgini Milligiin, Mias ..Mary Hobtrtson were vlaltore to Lcthbriaee on Saturday. ConsolWallon 5s beinc talked ol be- tween Commerce, ana the district i ALBEllT MAIHAUX Barney Dreyfus, nVher of tie PI- .sayi thit will wtth Ntfshirr In HIS or play In JT tl T' prt-ted Ihe liut Starting Inft Battery. vital parts o CHILDREN OF ANANIAS Ananias has been dead about 2000 years, but his lineal descendants still live in the island of Cuba. They prepare exaggerated descriptions for use on' boxes of "imported" adjectives and glowing terms are their stock in trade., The DAVIS' "NOBLEMEN" CIGAR; is equal to the finest imported yet the cost is half. i AH we claim is that it is blended from the choicest Havana leaf by skilled workmen.' An exaggerated description on a box of cigars is no more guarantee of quality than a tombstone inscrip- tion is a passport to Paradise, Look for only and you will find the VNOBLEMEN1] Cigar.'., 3.. DAVIS A SOIfS LBOTED, MONTREALL 'V- sir orlh. As there Is no school in that slridt, there are, several children ho arc not able to'aHenrt..nny.Kc'.hofll_ his deplorable slate of affairs should e changed as fiooa'aa possible. Rpgen ot Rogers' Hard- are lias been appointed solid lor lor na Victory Bonds- T London, NOT. 19-VThe. Maximalist omrnisBloners hare closed Ih'a liua swedlsh frontier' at accent- e to the Petrogtad- correspondent ot tenter's, who adds that no one la al- owcd without special author- zallon from Ihe military revolution- arycom ml He's. The ilespalcli artrls: "'Hostilities- have ceased at Terms were reached-whereby'the so- ailed the White Guard surrenders Jta arms' and lha committee on'public safely. VThe Maxfmalfat conditions consenting la a composite Socialist rovErrnnenl include control ot. Ibe loops in the and Moscow districts and ths arming of the workmen throughout HueiUu Gen. j. Verkhovskl, minister ot -war'ln Kerenskj- government, declines to join a cabinet In which the. Maximalists are represented. M. Neratoft, former minister of foreign affairs, Is In con- cealment after arranging for UiVsicur- Mr of copies of treaties with" Hnjils'o allies. The Maxlmallstl hays .ordered his arrest and the recoraT of tha documents." V "It Is reported that troops iinoaattnK to .an a'rrny corns, under, of thd. army committees, haye reached-Lnga en route.lo Petrofrad to end "civil and the dictatorship ot the (so, "The Ukraine oiwmblr hu i ed -the Independence ot Ukraine. Is staled that Coisacts poltlug Kerensky onlynumbered Better your, country in debt to you than to the Victory Bonds, A THE. 0 S G will give you 74 per cent, more light Let us place a pair, on your car. If not satisfaclpry have Irieclj.tKem out take them back arid return your money. BAAUMfMOTOR -I. OF ;